Tuesday, June 18, 2013

REVIEW: Kaviar Special s/t (self-released)


French band Kaviar Special makes a their debut self titled 6 song EP with some jams that combine harder lo-fi style, reverbed out vocals and guitar with surf rock elements. The songs are a touch longer for bands doing this kind of genre but they make it work. Think Ty Segall meets the Shivas. “Shirley” has some creative changes to it with catchy guitar and vocals and ends with a breakdown that really brings shit home. The EP climaxes with “Sabadidon”  - a more drawn out but rocking tune that has surfy guitar bits, catchy vocal harmonies and a good ole rock and roll melody. For sure worth a listen, get it here

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